LTWC holding meeting about its new center
June 6, 2014
Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care is holding a community meeting Monday to inform people about its new Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care Center, proposed to be built on a 27-acre parcel between Pioneer Village and Pioneer Trail on Al Tahoe Boulevard.
The meeting starts at 6 p.m. in the Aspen Room next to the library at Lake Tahoe Community College.
The wildlife rehabilitation center's board of directors will have a presentation with displays of the various buildings, cages and roads for the new park, as well as offer refreshments. The presentation is expected to last about one hour with a question and answer period and is open to any member of the public.
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